to give someone the ability, knowledge, or authority to do something — as in "The study will enable an informed discussion."
to activate a computer system for use — as in "You can enable the feature in the Settings Page."
to permit someone to repeat bad behavior, so they reinforce the bad pattern — as in "I don't want to enable her drug addiction."
Certainly in those black days after the war when Pitty was faced with the alternative of Brother Henry or starvation, Scarlett had kept her home for her, fed her, clothed her and enabled her to hold up her head in Atlanta society.
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There are no more uses of "enable" in Gone with the Wind.